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segunda-feira, dezembro 31, 2012
[International] True Or Falsetto? When Opera Singers Were Castrated To Hit The High Notes
In the 17th and 18th centuries, opera performers could take any role they wanted. Sopranos were kings, countertenors their lovers; although, in an old theater tradition that went back to the Greeks, wet nurses were always played by men, and the character was re-written if no male could be found to play it.
[USA] #4 Transgendered Courage?
Transgendered people are often seen as courageous; they have the guts to take radical steps to become the people they really are. But I don’t see them as any different from people, mostly women, who get nip-and-tuck surgeries, botox, and breast enlargements. After all, they too take radical steps to become the people they feel they really are – youthful and sexually attractive.
[USA] Notable Trans Stories from 2012
Trans Americans made some significant headway toward fair treatment in 2012. Among many other notable events, Kylar Broadus became the first trans person to testify before the Senate and The Miss Universe Pageant agreed to revise its policies to include trans women. Yet while these advancements have contributed to the equality treatment of all Americans, the media involving trans Americans wasn't always positive this year.
[USA] [Commentary] Black Trans Year In Review 2012
Transpeople were in the news in 2012, and Black transpeople played major roles in not only making it but also making some trans history in the process.
[Argentina ] ¿Y POR CASA?
Se realizó la segunda Marcha del Orgullo en Mendoza. Sus consignas: justicia para Marita Verón y todas las víctimas de trata, educación sexual, una ley de aborto seguro y gratuito y reforma del Código Civil bien pueden leerse como deseos, motivos de lucha, cuentas pendientes para este 2013.
[Argentina] MIS DESEOS SON ORDENES
Ultimamente se nos han ido cumpliendo varios deseos (¿o deberíamos decir derechos?) que parecían inalcanzables. Pero siempre hay más. Aquí va entonces una selección de pedidos realistas y delirantes para el año que empieza. Lohana quiere ser presidenta; Wenceslao, que lo amen; Elian, gotitas para los ojos; Marlene, no dar tantas explicaciones; Mónica y Vanesa, que la Iglesia no discrimine, Valeria quiere ser mutante; José María pide igualdad para tomar en vaso. Cuando los dioses nos quieren castigar, escuchan nuestras plegarias, ya decía eso Oscar Wilde, así que, para todxs, ¡feliz 2013!
[International] A Brief History of Transgender Characters in Video Games [Updated]
When the question was raised I realized that maybe not as many people as I thought know about the history of transgender characters in video games. Especially gamers who are not into the fighting game genre.
[Brasil] Presídio gaúcho reserva espaço para gays e travestis
36 gays, travestis e seus companheiros vivem em uma ala “arco-íris” no Presídio Central de Porto Alegre. A seção foi criada há oito meses por sugestão de uma ONG ativista. O resultado, de acordo com os administradores do local, é positiva.
[Singapore] She may be the start of something new
Ecstatic. That was Angel Aurora Jalleh-Hosey's first reaction when she found out she had won our first Beauty Queen Of The Year award over a "real woman" and a "real man".
[USA] A Remarkable Year for Transgender Civil Rights
The "baker's dozen" of 2012 -- the most incredible 13 months in transgender (as well as LGBT) civil rights history, began on Dec 6, 2011, with two remarkable events. The first was a presidential proclamation:
[NC, USA] Authorities say man fraudulently purchases breast implants
Investigators say a man duped a local laser clinic out of more than $6,000 for breast implants.
Detective Andy Manis of the McDowell County Sheriff’s Office charged Gartrell Octavius Burton, 24, of Dekalb County, Ga. with one felony count each of obtaining property by false pretense and conspiracy to obtain property by false pretense.
[PR, USA] Puerto Rico Introduces New Guidelines for Hate Crimes
At least 18 members of Puerto Rico's LGBT community were murdered in 2010 and 2011 alone. But to the frustration of many gay rights activists, no killings or assaults targeting members of the LGBT community have ever been classified as hate crimes, according to Pedro Julio Serrano, a spokesperson for the U.S.-based National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.
[Bolivia] La diversidad sexual toma hoy la terminal de buses
El arte fotográfico y textos literarios se integran hoy en una exhibición inédita que copará los ambientes públicos de la terminal bimodal.
Se trata de la colección Calendario 2013 de las diversidades sexuales y de género de fotógrafos y escritores de seis países, la mayoría de Bolivia, que integraron sus voces creativas para expresar mensajes por la libertad de los hombres y las mujeres a asumir la orientación sexual e identidad de género de su preferencia.
[Costa Rica] Demanda comunidad homosexual de Costa Rica al Estado ante CIDH
La comunidad de gays, lesbianas, bisexuales, transgéneros e intersexuales (glbti) de Costa Rica inició un proceso de demanda contra el Estado, en el sistema interamericano de derechos humanos, informó hoy un líder de ese sector poblacional.
[International] The Best and Worst Human Rights Developments of 2012
As 2012 winds down, it is time again to reflect on the year’s human rights developments. How did the world do following an eventful 2011? Unfortunately, the bad seemed to outweigh the good this year, as many authoritarians held on to power and continued upheaval in the Middle East threatened to derail any democratic progress. Internal conflicts in a number of African countries boiled over, and the bulk of the former Soviet Union appeared to be moving in the wrong direction. Meanwhile, widely hailed political achievements in countries like Burma, Egypt, and Georgia were complicated by negative twists.
[International] 2012 saw mixed record on global LGBT issues
Advocates for global LGBT rights had high hopes this year following the release of the United Nations' first-ever report on global queer rights and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's order that U.S. embassies support LGBT rights.
[Moldova] Moldova Protects Gays with Fines
Bucking a post-Soviet trend toward limiting the rights of gays, the Moldovan parliament voted in the crucial second reading to impose fines for discrimination against sexual minorities, local media said on Thursday.
[Australia] Transcend Support Offers Help For Parents of Transgender Children Through Their Blog and Forum
Transcend Support, a non-profit online support group for parents of transgender children, is offering assistance to families through its online and offline support groups. Transcend allows parents to discuss the struggles of raising transgender children and offer support to one another. As well as local meetings and events Transcend offers a private forum where parents can share their experiences in an understanding environment.
[USA] Readers' Top 12 Transgender Stories of 2012
During 2012 I wrote approximately 400 articles for The Guerrilla Angel Report, the vast majority of them transgender-related. The following are the 12 most read stories of the year:
[USA] Native American AIDS Project closes
Hit by declining revenue, the Native American AIDS Project (NAAP), a small organization that served mostly indigent clients, closed its doors earlier this month.
[GA, USA] National LGBT Creating Change Conference comes to Atlanta
The Creating Change Conference, billed as the “nation's pre-eminent political, leadership and skills-building conference for the LGBT social justice movement,” comes to Atlanta in January to celebrate its 25th anniversary. The massive event is sponsored by the National Lesbian & Gay Task Force.
[IL, USA] Walking while trans in Chicago
Nomi Michaels Devereaux had six bags of groceries in hand when police arrested her.
She had just come from the Jewel Osco grocery store in Lakeview and was waiting outside while her boyfriend picked up a game system from a friend's on Sheffield.
According to Devereaux, police walked up to her, removed the groceries from her hands and handcuffed her.
"I said, 'What is going on? Why did you stop me? What is going on?'" she recalled.
At the police station, she said, officers made her take her bra off in front of them and then mocked her. She later learned she had been picked up for solicitation, she said.
[Mexico] Hay tres homicidios de odio al mes en el Edomex: CODHEM
El representante del Consejo Ciudadano para la Prevención y Eliminación de la Discriminación, Israfil Filos Real, solicitó a los diputados mexiquenses que aprueben las reformas para tipificar el delito de crimen de odio en la entidad.
[Brasil] Casal gay é brutalmente assassinado no Pedregal
A Polícia Civil de Goiás investiga se o assassinato cruel de dois gays tem relação com um crime homofóbico. As mortes ocorreram na madrugada de ontem, na Quadra 672 do Pedregal, bairro do Novo Gama (GO). José Dalvanei Alves Pereira, 37 anos, conhecido como Dalva, e uma travesti conhecida como Camila foram decapitados e carbonizados dentro da casa em que moravam havia um ano. Vizinhos viram as chamas e tentaram conter o fogo, mas o casal já estava morto quando o Corpo de Bombeiros chegou ao local. Familiares relataram que os dois estavam sofrendo ameaças.
[Brasil] Travesti encontrado morto pode ter sido vítima de estupro em Aracaju
Ele estava deitado de costas com a calcinha na altura do joelho.
Corpo estava em arquibancada próximo a um cachimbo de crack.
Um travesti de aproximadamente 25 anos foi encontrado morto na manhã desta quarta-feira, 26. Ele estava deitado de costas em uma arquibancada do Centro de Criatividade localizado no bairro Getúlio Vargas em Aracaju, em Sergipe. Ele pode ter sido vítima de estupro, pois estava com a calcinha abaixada na altura do joelho.
[Africa] Movement Begins for Homosexual Rights in Africa
Opposition to homosexuality remains strong in most of Africa. Many people have been beaten or killed because of their sexual orientation. But an LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered) group in Sierra Leone is pushing for more awareness and protection of LGBT rights.
[India] Now, transgenders come forward for strong action
After massive protests by women and men against the gang-rape incident, now transgenders have come out to express their outrage over the heinous crime and demand strict legal action against the culprits.
[HI, USA] 30 Days Of Holiday LGBT Giving: Kulia Na Mamo Transgender Organization
This holiday season, in lieu of a traditional holiday gift guide, we'll be featuring a different LGBT organization each day for our "30 Days Of LGBT Giving." Check back tomorrow for a look at another incredible group that's working tirelessly on behalf of the LGBT community.
[España] PROMO CALENDARIO TRANSMAN ATA 2013
TRANSMAN'13 es un Caledario de chicos Transexuales.
Esta iniciativa de los chicos Transexuales de ATA pretende la visibilidad de los hombres Transexuales desde una perspectiva basada en la diversidad, destacando la belleza de la masculinidad de unos cuerpos sexuados, deseados, lanzando mensajes a la sociedad y colectivo Trans de EMPODERAMIENTO TRANS!!!
Video: Lana Wachowski Opens Up About Her Journey as a Transgender American
As 2012 comes to a close, we want to share with you the year’s highlights – the victories and most touching moments we encountered. Among those moments was when Lana Wachowski, the critically acclaimed director of the Matrix trilogy, opened up about her journey as a transgender American at HRC’s San Francisco video.
[Albania] Sworn Virgins: Men by Choice in the Balkans
“Sworn virgins” (burrneshas in Albanian) are Albanian women who decide to ignore their female identity and live as men in the Balkans. Photographer Jill Peters traveled to Northern Albania to meet and photograph these women. The decision to live as men is more related to gender roles in the Albanian culture rather than a statement of sexuality; these women live their lives appearing as men.
[NY, USA] Police, transgender groups building trust
A group of transgender people and crime victim advocates have been meeting monthly with Albany police and law enforcement officials to rewrite protocol and procedures and devise training for officers intended to preserve the dignity of transgender people who are arrested.
[International] Worldwide burden of HIV in transgender women: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Previous systematic reviews have identified a high prevalence of HIV infection in transgender women in the USA and in those who sell sex (compared with both female and male sex workers). However, little is known about the burden of HIV infection in transgender women worldwide. We aimed to better assess the relative HIV burden in all transgender women worldwide.
[USA] [Commentary] Nizah Morris Tenth Anniversary
Today was the day ten years ago that 47 year old Nizah Morris stumbled out of a downtown Philadelphia bar, accepted a courtesy ride home from a PPD officer, and ended up at a local hospital with a fatal head injury that she died from on Christmas Eve
[Portugal] Ninguém suporta a verdade
Num momento em que um ano termina e já está aí a chegar outro, confesso que vários assuntos me passam pela cabeça e sobre os quais quero e hei-de escrever.
[Ireland] Complaints against Meteor's advertisement upheld
The Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) has upheld complaints against Irish telecommunications company Meteor for an advertisement that promoted transgender stereotypes and encouraged a cheap laugh at the expense of trans people.
[USA] EEOC Debuts Strategy to Address Transgender Discrimination
Transgender Law Center hails the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) recent announcement that it has approved a new Strategic Enforcement Plan (SEP) that includes prioritizing addressing “coverage of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals under Title VII’s sex discrimination provisions.” The plan passed with a bi-partisan, 3-1 vote.
[USA] Obama reflects on LGBT progress in ‘Time’ interview
In an interview with Time magazine, which named him “Person of the Year,” President Obama said an “incredibly rapid transformation” has taken place during the course of his administration on LGBT issues — claiming his leadership played a role in moving them forward.
[AK, USA] Federal commission ruling favors transgender rights
Alaska gay rights advocates might recall 2012 as the year Anchorage voters refused to allow lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people access to the local equal rights commission, the only place besides the courts where a person can go to seek justice in the face of discrimination. But last April’s election is not the whole story. The year 2012 was a time of quieter revolution, in which a new interpretation of an old law could allow transgender individuals some access to the Anchorage Equal Rights Commission.
[OR, USA] Oregon Addresses Gender Identity Issues and Health Insurance
The Oregon Insurance Division has been receiving questions about how insurers should handle coverage for conditions related to gender identity under the state’s new Oregon Equity Act, so it has developed six principles to provide some guidance.
[International] United Nations Out for LGBT Rights at Sixth Annual Forum
At the sixth annual United Nations conference on “Leadership in the Fight Against Homophobia” that marked Human Rights Day on December 11, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was flanked by singers Ricky Martin and Yvonne Chaka Chaka of South Africa. But his voice was the most rousing in unequivocally condemning homophobia wherever it lurks in the world.
[Spain] IU registra una ley para garantizar los derechos de los transexuales
La ley integral de transexualidad ha llegado este miércoles al Parlamento de Andalucía. La diputada de IU Alba Doblas registró en la Cámara el proyecto, un primer borrador elaborado por la Asociación de Transexuales de Andalucía (ATA) y otras entidades que representan a este colectivo. Bajo el título de Ley integral de no discriminación por motivos de identidad de género y de reconocimiento de los derechos de las personas transexuales, la norma pretende garantizar los derechos que, según sus promotores, recoge para todos los ciudadanos la Constitución y el Estatuto de Andalucía y que, en el caso de los transexuales, no siempre se cumplen. Transexuales de Andalucía celebran el registro del proyecto de Ley Integral de Transexualidad
[Sweden] Swedish Court repeals Sterilization Requirement
The Administrative Court of Appeals in Stockholm, Sweden announced today, December 19th 2012 that the requirement in the Swedish Law on Legal Gender Recognition that a person wishing to change gender marker must undergo sterilization indeed violates the Swedish Constitution (Regeringsformen 2 kap 6 §) as well as the articles 8 and 14 of the European Convention of Human Rights.
[Ivory Coast] Transgender Sex Workers in Ivory Coast Face Abuse
Transgender sex workers in Ivory Coast say they face a long list of hardships, including social stigma, low pay and - more recently - attacks from the national army. However, the women say they continue to work the streets because it is the only chance they have to truly be themselves.
[CA, USA] No charges in '04 transgender homicide
Police arrested two men in the 2004 death of a transgender San Francisco woman, but it appears the district attorney's office has never filed charges against the former suspects in the case.
[CA, USA] Police seek witnesses as murder cases go cold
Earlier this month, Brandy Martell would have turned 38.
A few days before her birthday, Betty Massey, Martell's mother, talked about how she planned to mark the day by taking flowers to her daughter's gravesite.
[Mexico] Aumentan crímenes de odio por homofobia en Quintana Roo
En los últimos dos años se han registrado 15 crímenes de odio por homofobia y transfobia en Quintana Roo; la mitad de ellos ocurrieron en los últimos tres meses. Ante esta situación, activistas de la sociedad civil han pedido a las autoridades locales una respuesta, la cual incluye tipificar, en el código penal del estado, los asesinatos por orientación sexual o identidad de género.
[International] ID Accurately Reflecting One’s Gender Identity Is a Human Right
This past week our nation joined others around the globe in celebrating International Human Rights Day, which marked the 64th anniversary of the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights, signed on December 10, 1948. This document declares that “inherent dignity” and “equal and inalienable rights” are the foundation for a just, peaceful, and free world. Decades later these principles continue to guide human rights policies established around the world, acting as a foundation for the evolving global understanding of what it means to acknowledge the equality of all people.
[Thailand] The highs and the lows
Nuntita Khampiranon, better known as Belle Nuntita, wowed audiences on March 13, last year, when she stood on the stage of the ever-popular Thailand’s Got Talent TV show. The 29-year old walked out – looking stunning and all-woman – and started singing like a trained songstress. Her voice was soothingly feminine and note-perfect. But then, halfway through the performance, came something which had barely ever been seen – or heard – before. Nuntita ‘switched voice’ completely and began to sing in a powerful and moving masculine tone, octaves lower. Bell aims to be role model for transgenders 'Most of the transgenders adore me,' says Thailand's Got Talent star
[IL, USA] East Aurora School District Abandons Trans Students Again
Illinois’s East Aurora School Board does not have the courage of its convictions, having once again given up on protecting transgender students. In October, the district innocuously passed a policy that would protect transgender students’ ability to identity with their authentic gender. The Illinois Family Institute, an anti-LGBT hate group, objected to the accommodations for “gender-confused teens,” and four days after passing it, the school board rescinded the policy.
[Brasil] Rio de Janeiro: Transexual recebe crachá em branco, por não poder usar nome social no trabalho
Na segunda-feira passada, a física Roberta Nunes deu um passo importante no que imagina que poderá facilitar sua inserção no mercado de trabalho: fez a cirurgia de mudança de sexo. Com especialização em engenharia, Roberta já trabalhou em duas grandes empresas de telecomunicações. Mas não obteve o direito de usar seu nome social, o feminino, no trabalho, o que levanta uma questão: a iniciativa privada lida bem com a questão da diversidade sexual no trabalho?
[Turkey] Trans Murder Worries LGBT Groups
On Saturday night, a transgender woman (19) was reported murdered in Istanbul by a man who was claimed to pursue a relationship with her.
[Uganda] Museveni Words Not Enough to Protect Uganda’s LGBTI Population
At a ceremony to swear in the new head of the Anglican Church of Uganda, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni stated that homosexuals should not be killed or persecuted. The remark was apparently made in reference to an Anti-Homosexuality Bill currently under discussion in Uganda’s Parliament. In its current form, the proposed bill stipulates that those convicted of the homosexuality could face life imprisonment and in some case the death penalty. Museveni also used his speech to reiterate his stance that “there should be no promotion of homosexuality” in Uganda.
[VA, USA] Equality Virginia Pushes Antidiscrimination Bill
LGBT rights groups, led by Equality Virginia, the largest such group in the state, are rallying around an antidiscrimination bill ahead of the 2013 legislative session - just 30-days long, starting Jan. 9.
[Ecuador] Asamblea tramita en primer debate reformas a la Ley de Registro Civil, Identificación y Cedulación
El derecho a la identidad de las personas, como parte de derechos humanos; cédula de identidad; escogimiento de apellidos; respeto a las minorías y a las libertades; equidad de género; unión de hecho; otorgamiento de la cédula a los residentes en el exterior por parte de los consulados; reconocimiento de matrimonios celebrados en el exterior, entre otros, fueron los temas más destacados en el primer debate del proyecto de Ley Reformatoria a la Ley de Registro Civil, Identificación y Cedulación.
[Moldova] GENDERDOC-M Receives 2012 UN Human Rights Award in Moldova
GENDERDOC-M Information Centre received its first Human Rights Award from the United Nations Moldova Country Office on December 10th, annually observed as the Human Rights Day. In their award justification motion, organisers stated that Moldova’s only LGBT rights organisation was awarded for its work on combating discrimination through litigation, advocacy and awareness-raising activities, which especially showcased in 2012.
[India] “Madurai safest place in State for transgender”
Two persons dressed in gaudy clothes walk up the pavement, unnoticed by the passersby, along the Kuruvikkaran Salai in Madurai in the evening. They stop at the first shop; clap their hands in a wavy fashion and get a en-rupee note in return. Even before one knows from where the claps came, the duo steps into another shop to repeat the routine. This is how these people, whose gender is identified by their dress and masculine voice, earn a living.
[Australia] Trans group car wash a shining example
If your car looked sparklingly clean on December 8, you may have had it washed by Many Genders One Voice, a Healthy Communities Trans* Health Action Group, which held a fundraising cash wash outside Number 29 Cruise Club in Fortitude Valley.
[Australia] From Anna to Andy
Sydney actor Andrew Guy, formerly Anna, is documenting his journey through gender transition. But before the film is even finished, he’s already making waves both in the LGBT and mainstream communities.
[USA] Cities Act To Protect LGBT Citizens When States Won’t
The city council of Boise, Idaho voted this month to extend anti-discrimination protections for sexual orientation and gender identity in housing, employment and public accommodations to its residents, the second city to legislate anti-bias measures in the staunchly conservative state.
[Chile] Diversidad sexual: Nacer en una sociedad equivocada
Es lo que sienten las personas transexuales cuyo sexo no coincide con quienes son por dentro. Una mujer transexual es aquella que nace con genitales masculinos y siquis femenina, un hombre transexual es aquel que nace con una anatomía femenina y siquis masculina, pero ambos reniegan de lo que la sociedad les impone como conductas masculinas y/o femeninas acordes a sus genitales.
[International] [Commentary] A milestone change by the APA
Saturday, Dec. 2, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) announced that their governing body has voted to replace Gender Identity Disorder (GID) with Gender Dysphoria (GD). It’s a milestone for transgender and transsexual people, as well as for those who identify as both transgender and transsexual; the decision has medical, political and psychiatric implications.
[Portugal] Nasceram no corpo errado
Ainda em crianças sentiram que não deveriam ser quem tinham nascido. Graças à Medicina, podem mudar de sexo
[India] Cemetery of the eunuchs
Little is known about Hijron ka Khanqah, but eunuchs had roles in the rise and fall of dynasties
[Philippines] Group lauds Davao City ordinance on treatment of LGBTs
A party-list lauded Friday the city council for passing Wednesday an ordinance that protects lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders (LGBTs) from discrimination, and urged the other local governments to do the same.
[Australia] Gender review at ABS
Transgender advocates have welcomed a review from the Australian Bureau of Statistics on how it collects sex and gender data which could improve current research. The ABS is seeking community input about its current ‘sex standard’ which determines how its surveys and research defines the sexes. The review is focusing on whether the ABS needs to define sex different from gender which it currently does not do.
[USA] Trans Activists Band Together to Share Resources
As the transgender community pushes forward to achieve equal rights, it’s important that the larger LGBT community not forget about local and state support. That’s why the Trans Advocacy Network (TAN), a consortium of grassroots organizations aimed at promoting the rights of this oft-excluded part of the LGBT community, has been created.
[IL, USA] High school's transgender policy still debated
If the public outcry of some Illinois parents and citizens is any indication, their local high school will not be reinstating a policy regarding students who experience "gender confusion."
[NY, USA] Sylvia Rivera Law Project Celebrates 10th Anniversary
The Sylvia Rivera Law Project celebrates a decade of helping trans people and communities of color with free legal help, policy reform, public education and precedent-setting litigation that improves their lives. In a special celebration in November, they honored LGBT advocates Janet Mock, Lorena Borjas, Stefanie Rivera, Kris Hayashi and Collette Carter, who -- like Sylvia Rivera herself -- share their mission to make life better for trans people of color.
[Mexico] Exige la comunidad gay frenar los crímenes de odio y la discriminación
La comunidad lésbico-gay de Taxco exigió a los tres poderes del Estado un alto a los asesinatos por la homofobia en la entidad y a la discriminación, además de que demandaron espacios en los puestos públicos, respeto a los derechos humanos y una mayor participación para fomentar la cultura de la diversidad sexual, reproductiva, por lo que pidieron al gobernador Ángel Aguirre Rivero atienda sus necesidades y no los excluya de la sociedad.
[Guatemala] El Procurador de los Derechos Humanos anuncia creación de una defensoría de la diversidad sexual
El Procurador de los Derechos Humanos (PDH), anunció la creación de una defensoría de la diversidad sexual que sustituirá a la unidad de previsión del VIH-SIDA, el magistrado de conciencia Jorge de León Duque, explicó que la idea es ayudar de una mejor manera a la población transgénico, homosexual y lesbiana del país. Dicha defensoría podría iniciar a funcionar en 2013.
[Agentina] Marcharon en Resistencia por derechos y diversidad sexual
La comunidad lésbica, gay, trans y bisexual (LGTB) se manifestó ayer por calles céntricas de Resistencia en reclamo por la ampliación de derechos, la consolidación de los ya adquiridos y por el efectivo cumplimiento de la ley de educación sexual en las escuelas, entre otros puntos.